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11/05/2009 08:14 AM ID: 81550 Permalink   

Yankees Win World Series: Wins 27th Title

 

The New York Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 7-3 in New York City for their 27th World Series title.

The last time the Yankees won was back in 2000. This is the Yankees first title since moving to their new 1.5 billion dollar stadium.

 
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  Damn  
 
I was thinking about 70 or so more years of not winning would be nice.
 
  by: TaraB     11/05/2009 08:57 AM     
  well, it finally paid off  
 
a 200 million dollar payroll. Salary cap!!!!!
 
  by: John E Angel     11/05/2009 07:43 PM     
  YEAH  
 
FOR MY YANKEES
 
  by: rachel1085     11/05/2009 09:53 PM     
  Look at their payroll  
 
http://espn.go.com/...

funny for how many years they didnt make the playoffs with this payroll. My Marlins beat them with Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter combined yearly salary. NY Wins, I think they should with spending Total Team Salary: 208,097,414
 
  by: thedrewman   11/06/2009 06:28 AM     
  W00t!  
 
n/t
 
  by: Zmethod     11/06/2009 09:14 AM     
  yawn...  
 
Wake me when something interesting happens in baseball
 
  by: cranky_paranoid     11/07/2009 06:11 AM     
  Bring back..  
 
steroids I say. I had more fun watching baseball when a guy that use to weigh 175 the previous season put on about 30 pounds of muscle, lost his neck, and was pushing 70 home runs. Good times. :-p
 
  by: Stiks   11/08/2009 12:51 AM     
  Rant time :)  
 
WE HAVE MILLIONS OF CRAP FOR THE YANKIES. MILLIONS OF CARDS AND MERCHENDISE. THEY HAVE BECOME POLOTIANS AND PRESIDENTS. BUT NO ONE KNOWS THE CARDNILES. I BET KNOW ONE KNOWS WHERE THEY COME FROM. WELL GUESS WHAT. YOU ARE GOING TO BE ENSLAVED FROM THERE.
 
  by: torenso   11/08/2009 03:29 PM     
  In game six no less....  
 
...just like Bruce Bukiet, mathematician extraordinaire, predicted :p
 
  by: tuogh     11/08/2009 09:23 PM     
  can we cover...  
 
can we cover a real topic? no 1 likes the yankees unless u r well... a moron :D yankees=bad white sox/cubs=AWESOME bears not bad to if u ask me :)
 
  by: BAD   11/10/2009 04:22 AM     
 
 
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